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post #2506 of 2566 (permalink) Old 12-04-2018, 01:26 PM
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Just a nod to when Enzo´s prancing horse first adorned Alfas way back when.

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1750 gtv 1968

The first 1750 GTV I owned a long time ago. Participated in Rally Classico Isla Mallorca, and then sold it to Holland. Had it quite a few years, and also drove it from Sweden to Mallorca with my son. Pleasant memories indeed.
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OMG, those wheels. Super nice.
What are they please?

Think I answered my own question after some research, They're member 4 spoke. Lovely car.

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Indeed, Melber Major wheels, 14x7 in this case, and thanks.

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Stock 1750 Mk2

Boy, there's some sweet wheels in this thread!
Here's my French Blue '71 1750GTV Mk2. UK car with just 37k miles, totally original & perfect, loves the 600 mile round trip to Goodwood each year as much as I do!
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Indeed, Melber Major wheels, 14x7 in this case, and thanks.
Ha! I'm sure I typed Melber, not Member. Ether way, not a wheel I've seen before but love the 70s vibe. Reminds me of a Muira wheel.
Sorely tempted to seek some out as an alternative to the GTA rep. 14x7 is super rare though, right?!
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Ha! I'm sure I typed Melber, not Member. Ether way, not a wheel I've seen before but love the 70s vibe. Reminds me of a Muira wheel.
Sorely tempted to seek some out as an alternative to the GTA rep. 14x7 is super rare though, right?!
That is what I have been told. I was lucky enough to have these on the car when I bought it.

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LOVE your car Wingnut! Never restored? Original paint still?

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Thanks Alfamallorca! More accurately, it's totally original 'spec'. Classic Alfa refreshed it about 6 years ago, inc bare metal re-spray (no welding or replacement panels needed), all key mechanical parts and the interior are original still. OK, totally original except: I put a USB socket in the glovebox (for the satnav), changed the incandescent bulbs in the dials for warm white LEDs and fitted a Lucas Gold coil. 3 simple tweaks that transform the usability of an already great car, IMHO!
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Nevertheless Wingnut: Absolutely beautiful! Gives me a lot of inspiration as I have my car in restoration now to original specification. We spent 6 months on bodywork alone, so cant say no welding was needed . Just like yours seems to be well documented, mine has a history going all the way back to when it was built in June 1969 and subsequently sold new in Sweden, were it still is registered. With body now ready, along with a string of other components that was sent out to specialists, we now aim to let the car celebrate its return to the road after 20 years in hybernation in time for its 50th birhtday. Can wait. And then I will be posting beautiful pictures just like you!

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@Alfamallorca - sounds like fun(!), but I'm sure the end result will be fantastic. If you get even half the enjoyment from it as I've had so far with mine, it will be well worth all the time and effort - such great cars.

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Hi, this is my-75 gtv 2000, reassemby in progress after restoration.
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Beautiful.... love the colour

Congrats!

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Thanks! It is original colour of this car, beige chiaro metallizzato with two layers of lacquer.
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